What your November 2021 looked like. From Sudan to Siberia, here's a snapshot of the world from last month.
From Sudan to Siberia, here's a snapshot of the world from last month.
, a 12-month retrospective that brought in hundreds of incredible submissions from all over the world. We enjoyed it so much that from now on, we’ll be running it as a regular feature. At the end of each month, we’ll open our inbox to photographs
from anyone and everyone — just email email@example.comOnce again we received even more submissions than the month before, making the process of editing this story even harder. For anyone whose images did not make the cut, please do keep sending us your photography, as we’ve been overwhelmed by the quality of the submissions and want to keep sharing as much of it as possible.
Vlad Molodez, 22, Sharypovo, Siberia“Purity, spirituality and connection with faith, as the basis of life, which I broadcast through the photographs of younger generation from my Motherland. We all do not have enough air and light in these difficult times.” headtopics.com
@vladmolodezKsyn Taylor, 19, New York, USA“I took this photo the day I graduated high school, and having dealt with a lot of social and mental challenges a few days prior my friends encouraged me to be the one in front of the camera and express how I felt.”
Archie Davidson, 20, Manchester, UK"Floyd in Matt and Phred's jazz bar."Ahmed Abushakeema, 34, Khartoum, Sudan“This photo was taken on the 21st of November, after a month of the military coup that happened in Sudan. The photo shows the hands of young people protesting against the coup and all the consequences of it. In the times where everything seem darker, being too close to lose everything people revolted for, these protests rebuilt hope, making it easier for everyone to keep fighting.”
Anita Monteiro Cavalcanti Neiva, 14, Ontario, Canada“We walked out of class on November 10th to criticize the misconduct concerning sexual offences in our school district, and to show solidarity with the victims.”@anitamonteirroMhavic de Jesus, 26, Tokyo, Japan
“That day I decided to check in at the Prince Hotel for one night just because I wanted to see the city lights from above. It’s not very clear here but I had a direct view of the Tokyo Tower and I actually watched the lights turn off at midnight.”@kawasakidreamin headtopics.com
Lisa Koops, 23, Leipzig, Germany“I took this picture during a walk along one of the lakes here together with two friends. I felt totally one with nature feeling the cold. Walks there always help me to get away from the buzz.”Tuhin Chandra, 26, Mumbai, India
“Man I met on my short trip to my village home.”@visionsoup Toju Lusan, 22, Lagos, Nigeria“I took this self portrait one afternoon in November, a month that has been more turbulent than most. This photograph represents my attempt to preserve stillness amidst the chaos.”
@tojulusanTsele Nthane, Cape Town, South Africa“My friend invited me to a new queer-friendly safe space created by her and her friends. One of the best nights of our post-pandemic summer!”Valentina, 24, Busan, South Korea“Nothing better than a beautiful sky.”
Javed, 36, Madhya Pradesh, India“This photograph was taken at my village during annual fair. This looks so dreamlike.”Aida Sherif, 21, Rhode Island, USARead more: i-D »
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